With 2010 almost gone here, let us stop and count our blessing. We who are able to still help others in need and to have food and shelter over us everyday.Even our Autographs can help others.... I'm so blessed to have good family and friends here that help me and my disablity and remind me how i once was. I watched a son die in my arms in 12-28-99. And lost my family and wife of 24 years and then through 2 surgries and lost my job of 36 plus years. Homeless and living out of my car. And no…Continue
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From now on, all U.S. First Class stamps will be "Forever" stamps,
good for first class postage no matter what the postage rate happens to…Continue
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I saw a story about a game worn jersey Sandy Kouax had hand-signed from the Brooklyn Dodgers, going for $80,000. There are only one or two that have been known to exist of the Hall of Fame left-hander.
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I think we have talked about this company before, but not sure. Been spending some time on the internet and on Ebay just seeing was is out there (new) and out there (still). Seeing kinda what 2011 might have for us all by way of presigned items for sale, and all the many, many upcoming conventions (seems like another record year for in person convention style shows).
Well, Happy Holidays Everyone!
After clearing my schedule a bit and in the wake of, let’s just say, “previous success”, I have decided to reinitiate my efforts to garner a refund from Rock Star Gallery in Scottsdale AZ .
There's someone living near you with no money, no family...none that care, at least, who could really use a little kindness this holiday season. And for about $20 you can make them smile.
Only you can do it...because they're the forgotten. The forgotten elderly and infirm living in care facilities on government assistance.
If you don't remember them, no one…
I have hand written note signed by J F Kennedy USS. I have had this autograph for several years. It was given to me by a dear friend who has since passed away. This was one of her prize possesions and loved to recant how she met the senator at an accountants meeting and at the end of her conversation with the senator she asked the senator for his autograph. I have enjoyed owning this autograph, been honored to have this in my home. The time has come for someone else to enjoy it.
While perusing eBay listings today, I ran across the seller "patriotsfan10" who seems to have been a pretty regular customer at R&R and Heritage...and now they need to ban him!
This cretin has made a habit of buying complete historic letters of famous Americans and then cutting them to bits so he can sell one and two word segments on eBay!
Just look at a typical description:
I have obtained a copy of Rolling Stones magazine through a Mini Storage foreclosure and the cover is signed
'" To Becky...love Harrison". I would like to authenticate the signature... I find it unusal he did not sign it
Based on the advice of most of the people I've asked, eBay seems to be the worst place to buy a Jeter. Steiner sells authentic ones but they're like $516, is it worth the money or is there anyplace that sells authentic autographs for a little bit cheaper?
I understood when people bought sections of the parque floor the Boston Celtics played on. I've seen parts of the floor the Bruins played on, signed by John Wooden and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (side note: wonder if anyone asked the big fella to sign Lew Alcindor while he was Kareem. I know Ali would sometimes sign as Cassius Clay after the name change).
Anywhoooo....I just saw that the wooden coffin Lee Harvey Oswald was buried in will be auctioned. And the wackos at the auction…Continue
Here's a question bound to stir up some more controversy on this site. I suppose the best way to put my question forth is by way of example:
Dealer Joe Schmoe provides his time to PU Authenticators, a publicly held firm, by viewing historic artists' autographs on their behalf. His job is to determine whether an item is authentic or not. When he "passes" an item, the owner is charged a fee by PU and in turn receives a certificate signed by Schmoe. In exchange for his…Continue